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Testing the Thermal Conductivity and Resistivity of Solid Materials using the TLS-100

November 10, 2020


Daniel Cederkrantz


Joli McGraw


The transient line source technique can be used for the thermal conductivity and resistivity of solid materials such as concrete, natural stone, and low thermal conductivity ceramics. Dr. Cederkrantz discusses his measurements on the materials using the TLS-100. For in-situ and lab testing using the Transient Line Source: TLS-100.


Dr. Daniel Cederkrantz is an expert in thermal conductivity with a focus on transient methods. He is a graduate in Engineering Chemistry with Applied Physics and a PhD in Material Science from Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden. In 2018, Dr. Cederkrantz transitioned from the CSO at Hot Disk AB to the CEO of Thermtest Europe AB.

Tags: Thermal Conductivity of Solids, Thermal Resistivity, ASTM D5334, IEEE 442, Concrete, Ceramic

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